URVI Enhanced Skills Module Training

Unified Response to Violent Incidents, Active Shooter Training Takes Place in Sacramento, San Diego

Firefighters and law enforcement officers from around California were given an opportunity to hone their active shooter response as part of the California Firefighter Joint Apprenticeship Committee’s Unified Response to Violent Incidents enhanced skills modules.

The training, which took place in Sacramento and San Diego, simulated a pair of active shooter scenarios, allowing fire and law enforcement to work through realistic simulations, helping ensure they will be ready for the real thing.

“Training such as the Cal-JAC’s URVI coursework demonstrates how firefighters must train for the issues facing today’s communities,” said Cal-JAC Chair Dan Terry. “It’s a sad reality that new threats exist, but if and when they occur, California’s firefighters will be ready.”

Apprenticeship Funding Boost in Gov's Budget

The catastrophic fires that closed 2017 are stark reminders of why California firefighters need to stay the best trained in the world. This week, Governor Jerry Brown’s budget proposal reflected this stark reality, proposing a sizeable boost in funding for apprenticeship 

FCTC South El Monte Now Open for Testing
Cal-JAC to Hold Recruitment Workshop
2018 Career Expo Registration Now Open
14th Biennial Cal-JAC Conference Takes Place in Rancho Mirage, Calif.
Registration for Summer Career Expos Now Open
Hundreds Attend Cal-JAC’s Spring 2017 Firefighter Career Expos
Two-Day Firefighter Boot Camp Being Held at FCTC Sacramento
Hundreds Attend Cal-JAC’s Spring 2017 Firefighter Career Expos
Cal-JAC Hosts Annual Local Education Agency Day
URVI Enhanced Skills Module Training
Unified Response to Violent Incidents

The course prepares participants to conduct joint-training classes and exercises for local Fire Service first responders and Law Enforcement at active shooter and other violent incidents.

Hundreds of Candidate Turn Out for Cal-JAC's Career Expos
New FCTC Center in San Diego

Would-be California firefighters in San Diego County can now take written and CPAT close to home at the new FCTC Center at Miramar College. Find out if you've got what it takes! 

13th Biennial Cal-JAC Conference Takes Place in Rancho Mirage, Calif.

For more than three decades, the California Firefighter Joint Apprenticeship Committee (Cal-JAC) has been on the cutting edge of apprenticeship, training and recruitment efforts, helping make California’s fire service the envy of the nation.

Dates Announced for CFFJAC Career Expos

Would-be firefighters will get an up-close look at what it takes to become a first responder later this summer, when the California Fire Fighter Joint Apprenticeship Committee (CFFJAC) hosts its annual Career Expos.

TCM Training Offered Through Target Solutions

The groundbreaking terrorism response training developed by the California Fire Fighters Joint Apprenticeship Committee (CFFJAC) is now available at a second online location.

CFFJAC’s Firefighter Candidate Testing Center (FCTC) Launches New Web Site

The Firefighter Candidate Testing Center is the one-stop testing and hiring resource for firefighter candidates and fire departments. The center brings together fair, validated written and CPAT testing, document validation and a statewide eligibility list used to fill workforce vacancies across the state.

CFFJAC to Begin Written Testing

The vision of unified candidate testing for California’s fire service has become a reality, as the CFFJAC’s Firefighter Candidate Testing Center (FCTC) is set to begin offering their first written tests to candidates in February. 

CFFJAC Career Expos Target Next Generation of Firefighters

Would-be firefighters from throughout California got a chance to get an up-close look at what it takes to become a first responder at CFFJAC’s Firefighter Career Expos, held this past September at the Firefighter Candidate Testing Centers in Sacramento, Orange and Livermore.